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December 11, 2018 08:51

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Adam Dicker hints of upcoming #crypto ventures in new tweet

Adam Dicker, who recently made the news in an ESPN coverage about the domain Rams.com, is apparently tapping the cryptocurrency market. In a rare departure from football-related tweets, Adam Dicker hinted of something that he’s working on: “I have a the next big cryptocurrency that will skyrocket. Cost pennies at the moment. Will announce soon.” […]

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Canada domains : Dot .CA turned 30 eh!

O, Canada! Dot .CA domains are now officially 30 years old, so time for Canadian domainers to rejoice. Shotgun a beer maybe? 😀 According to our domain flags list, dot .CA went live on May 14th, 1987 – becoming the 14th country to be allocated a national ccTLD. It was predated by Norway on March […]

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Domain investor’s ingenious trick to register .CA domains

If you’re not a Canadian, forget about registering a .CA domain, eh. Hundreds of domain investors to the north of America’s borders enjoy the privilege of getting hold of the .CA extension, whenever they want. Some of the biggest domain sales reported by DNJournal in 2016, have been in the .CA extension; the lucrative ccTLD […]

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Canadian politics : Halifax councillor releases cybersquatted domains

All is fair in love and war, and the latter incorporates politics. A Canadian councillor was apparently ill-advised, when she registered the full name of a political opponent. Halifax Regional councillor, Linda Mosher, initially registered the domains shawncleary.com and shawncleary.ca, as part of her political strategy. Shawn Cleary is the name of a political opponent, […]

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Toronto : Official wants to use dot .TO for new city gTLD domains!

An official with the local government of Toronto, Canada, wants the city to get on with the domain times. In an application to be discussed during today’s meeting, Councillor Paul Ainslie recommended that the city of Toronto should apply for the dot .TO gTLD, much like .NYC and .London have done. “In an effort to […]

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Conspiracy : Small domain portfolio holder upset with GoDaddy!

A small domain portfolio holder is upset with GoDaddy, and quite understandably so. Matt Gherkins of Ontario, Canada, cannot fathom the news of GoDaddy acquiring the Worldwide Media portfolio; in fact, he’s quite livid. “So that goes to show how big fish domainers cut the line and get ahead of us other domain investors, selling […]

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MD.ca : Adam Dicker inks domain deal with Canadian clinic

Canadian domain investor, Adam Dicker, knows well that it’s not always about the domain sale. With numerous domain sales under his belt, Adam Dicker owns a strong portfolio of short .CA domains, one of which is MD.ca. Many domain investors go after an outright sale of premium assets, but in this case Adam Dicker is […]

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MD.ca : Adam Dicker inks domain deal with Canadian clinic

Canadian domain investor, Adam Dicker, knows well that it’s not always about the domain sale. With numerous domain sales under his belt, Adam Dicker owns a strong portfolio of short .CA domains, one of which is MD.ca. Many domain investors go after an outright sale of premium assets, but in this case Adam Dicker is […]

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Canuck ingenuity : Canadian domainers open up domain space beyond .CA

We love Canadians. Some of the top domain investors are Canucks; the land up north offers ample resources in oil, fish, hockey pucks, beavers, beer and of course domain names that end in .CA. With the domain name space expanding, there is no provision for Canadaphiles to register domain names in dot .CA, a ccTLD […]

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Canadian invention: Youngest element name sold in remarkable domain flip

And you thought the days of making money selling domain names for profit are over! The name of the youngest chemical to be invented was sold today, making its proud domain registrant, Charlie Pound of Ontario, Canada, about $75 dollars richer. “I read the newspaper every day and between the hockey news and the gossip […]

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